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Get WD Black's super fast 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD on sale for just $120 at Newegg

Wd Black Sn750 1tb
Wd Black Sn750 1tb (Image credit: Western Digital)

Time to upgrade your storage with the WD Black SN750 1TB NVMe M.2 solid state drive (opens in new tab) down to a low price of $119.99 at Newegg when you use code SSDJULY27 during checkout. That price matches the lowest we have seen for the last year, and it's within ten bucks of the best we have ever seen for this drive. It's a very good price that is bound to expire. Amazon (opens in new tab) even price matched the original drop to $130 but hasn't gone as low as the $120 deal at Newegg.

I have had so many SSDs over the years. I didn't even want to adopt the M.2 format originally because it just seemed like a hassle. Then we started seeing the NVMe M.2 SSDs and how fast they were, and how can you say no to more speed? We're not just talking about faster read times, either. Things install faster, and it honestly might be worth the upgrade for you just to get that 200GB Warzone update moving as fast as it possibly can. WIith prices the way they are on NVMe M.2 drives, I can understand if it's a bit of a luxury item. But I still say go for it if you can, especially with a deal like today. That's 1TB of space for just $120? I definitely paid a lot more than that when I upgraded the first time. Despite my earlier reservations, the drive ended up being relatively pain free to install with zero issues ever since, too. They're very reliable.

The WD Black SN750 has read and write speeds of 3,470 MB/s. It says "up to" on its feature list because lower capacities actually have slightly slower times, but this is the 1TB and the 1TB reaches that speed. It's so fast you will never be bottle necked by your storage. Compare that to a regular SATA drive like the WD Blue (opens in new tab), which is one of our favorite value SSDs, where speeds only go for as much as 540 MB/s. The WD Black even supports a heatsink so you can maintain peak performance even under heavy transfer loads.

The M.2 drive installs directly onto your motherboard, so you'll want to make sure you have one that supports an M.2 2280 drive, which most modern motherboards do. You can also use the Dashboard software that comes with it to customize your experience and maintain your drive.

John Levite
John Levite

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.